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Civil record or civil certificate

Postby Last » 18 Sep 2007, 15:48

Hello everyone, I am trying to help a friend find his family history and he know his family came from Cianciana. I search this web site and found the following post from 2004:

Could you tell me the correct address to write to get the information.
Also what id the difference between a civil record and civil certificate.

2004 post below

Hello,
if you need a copy of a civil record or a civil certificate you can write to:

Comune
Ufficio di Stato Civile
Piazza Matrice
CAP 92010
Calamonaci (AG)-Italy

Comune
Ufficio di Stato Civile
Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 9
CAP 92012
Cianciana (AG)-Italy

Comune
Ufficio di Stato civile
corso Umberto I, n. 30
CAP 92016
Ribera (AG)- Italy

also you can find all the civil records of 3 of them to Archivio di Stato di Agrigento

wwwdb.archivi.benicult...RIGENTO%22
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Re: Civil record or civil certificate

Postby Last » 19 Sep 2007, 16:19

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Re: Civil record or civil certificate

Postby Biff83 » 19 Sep 2007, 16:44

Hi Chuck,

The address for the comune is:
Ufficio dello Stato Civile
Comune di Cianciana
Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 9
92012 Cianciana AG
ITALY

Here's a nice site on Cianciana with pix, a history of the comune, information on customs, traditions and feasts.
http://www.cianciana.com/

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Re: Civil record or civil certificate

Postby Last » 19 Sep 2007, 17:27

Hi Biff, thanks for responding. I was wondering if I had done something to PO my friends.

I will pass this information on to Larry Ferraro my co worker and together we will write for his family history.

Thanks again

Chuck

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